[pkg-wine-party] Bug#769791: wine32 doesn't work after fresh install
jre.winesim at gmail.com
Mon Nov 17 00:53:35 UTC 2014
control: tags -1 patch
[my answer/patch is based upon the mentioned #739863, otherwise we
really need more info from Andi:]
this happens in wine-wrapper (regedit, regsvr32, wineboot, winecfg,
winefile, winepath), but not in wine/wine32/wine64.
So "wineboot" fails with:
cat: /home/jens/.wine/system.reg: No such file or directory
/usr/bin/wineboot: 32: exec: wineboot.exe: not found
while "wine wineboot" or "wine32 wineboot" work. Instead of wineboot a
normal windows exe also works fine here.
... and only if "$WINEPREFIX/system.reg" is missing.
IF WINEARCH is not specified, then "$WINEPREFIX/system.reg" is used to
figure out which wine to use (wine32 or wine64). After a fresh install
With attached patch (taken from #739863) wine-wrapper falls back to
using /usr/bin/wine if system.reg is missing. This will then again
choose wine32, unless WINELOADER is specified.
Of course this is only a fix. In the long run (= wine(-development) post
Jessie) I'd suggest to move all 32/64-bit logic to wine(-development).
So add the system.reg test there, next to the existing WINEARCH and
WINELOADER tests and probably add a PE32+ check (for 64-bit binfmt
support, #769234.) Or should I post a patch for this now?
Mike, the git repository is out of date:
branch jessie is at "release 1.6.2-15" (while 1.6.2-16 is current)
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